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Age of Arrival vs. Time of Arrival: A Reconsideration of Johnson & Newport (1989) and Johnson (1992)
|Title:||Age of Arrival vs. Time of Arrival: A Reconsideration of Johnson & Newport (1989) and Johnson (1992)|
|Contributors:||Brown, James D. (advisor)|
University of Hawaii at Manoa. Department of English as a Second Language. (department)
|Abstract:||This paper examines claims by Johnson and Newport (1989) and Johnson (1992) concerning critical period effects in second langauage acquisition. We report on a replication of the original Johnson and Newport experiment using a different population of learners, both children and adults, the results of which can only be partially reconciled with Johnson and Newport's findings. Instead, we posit the existence of a crucial variable not considered by these two researchers which we believe has more general value in accounting for our results, and perhaps for those of Johnson and Newport as well.|
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